KR20160058912A - Bracelet-type transmission/reception device and bracelet-type notification device - Google Patents

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KR20160058912A
KR20160058912A KR1020167010374A KR20167010374A KR20160058912A KR 20160058912 A KR20160058912 A KR 20160058912A KR 1020167010374 A KR1020167010374 A KR 1020167010374A KR 20167010374 A KR20167010374 A KR 20167010374A KR 20160058912 A KR20160058912 A KR 20160058912A
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Abstract

And a variable directivity microphone, wherein when the speaker is used, the directivity of the variable directional microphone is set to the back side of the hand, and when the cartilage conduction vibration source is used, the variable directivity microphone And a control unit for directing the directivity of the wrist strap to the palm side. The wristband type transmitter-receiver apparatus is provided with display means of information of the transmitter-receiver method, or handling-handling medium or advertisement medium having information of the transmitter-receiver method. One example of the use method is to transmit the vibration to the thumb with the vibration of the cartilage vibration source and to bring the thumb into contact with the tragus in a state where the back of the hand is facing forward. The cartilage conduction vibration source is commonly used as a vibrating source of the incoming vibrator, and when it vibrates for cartilage conduction, a vibration component in a low frequency region causing a vibration angle is cut. The cartilage transmission vibration source is notified and vibrated by the high-pitched voice data of the storage unit.

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BACKGROUND OF THE INVENTION 1. Field of the Invention [0001] The present invention relates to a bracelet-type transmitter / receiver, a bracelet-

The present invention relates to a wristband-type hand-held device and a wristband-type notification device.

Patent Document 1 discloses a method of using a bone conduction speaker having a vibration surface to contact with the immigration, in which, by adjusting the contact pressure between the vibration surface and the immigration by manual operation, Patent Document 1 discloses a technique in which vibration generated by an actuator is transmitted from a diaphragm to a human body and vibration of the diaphragm is transmitted from the wrist by bone conduction (Patent Literature 2) In Patent Document 3, the inventor of the present invention has found out that a sound signal is transmitted through a ring attached to a finger of a user It is proposed to convert it into cartilage conduction vibration and transmit it to a finger. As a result, a voice signal due to the vibration of the finger is transmitted to the cartilage around the auditory canal as a transmitted sound of the cartilage, and the air is generated in the inside of the auditory canal and transmitted to the eardrum. Patent Document 3) In addition, in Patent Document 4, a wristwatch attachment connected to a cable wound around a cord reel in a wristwatch-type portable telephone is taken out and inserted into a fingertip and inserted into an ear hole, In Patent Document 5, as a notification device, a vibration generating device that detects and vibrates an incoming signal is built in a jewelry body such as a bracelet, (Refer to Patent Document 5)

Japanese Patent No. 4541111 Japanese Patent Application Laid-Open No. 2002-111822 Japanese Patent Application Laid-Open No. 2012-178695 Japanese Patent Application Laid-Open No. 2000-324217 Japanese Patent Application Laid-Open No. 11-163980

However, there are many problems to be investigated with regard to a transmitter-receiver that generates cartilage conduction through vibration of a hand. Further, regarding the hydration method and the transmitter / receiver for generating cartilage conduction, there are many problems to be further investigated. Further, regarding the notification device, there are many problems to be further investigated.

SUMMARY OF THE INVENTION An object of the present invention is to provide a more effective transmitter and receiver by generating cartilage conduction through vibration of a hand in light of the above. It is also an object of the present invention to provide a notification device for an effective cellular phone in view of the above.

According to the present invention, the use of the speaker or the use of the cartilage conduction vibration source, the speaker, the variable directional microphone, and the cartilage conduction vibration source provided on the wrist, the cartilage conduction vibration source provided on the mounting portion, And a controller for switching the directivity of the bracelet-type transmitter-receiver. Specifically, the bracelet-type hand-held device is constituted as a wristwatch, a bracelet, a wrist band and the like. According to a specific feature of the present invention, when the speaker is used, the control unit directs the directional characteristic of the variable directional microphone to the back side of the hand, and directs the directional characteristic of the variable directional microphone to the palm side when the cartilage conduction vibration source is used.

According to another specific feature of the present invention, the bracelet-type hand-held device is provided with explanatory information on a method of using the hand attached to the ear cartilage. According to a more specific feature, the explanatory information is provided by means of displaying information of the transmission and reception method. Alternatively, the explanatory information is provided by a handling description medium having information on a method of transmitting and receiving. Alternatively, the explanatory information is provided by an advertisement medium having information of the transmission and reception method.

An example of a method of using the cartilage conduction vibration source according to a specific aspect of the present invention is to transmit vibrations of the cartilage conduction vibration source to the thumb while contacting the thumb with the back of the hand, Is transferred to the migration, and the sound is heard by the cartilage conduction.

According to another aspect of the present invention, there is provided an ophthalmic apparatus comprising: a wrist attachment portion; and a cartilage conduction vibration source for vibrating an audible sound frequency region formed in the attachment portion, wherein the cartilage conduction vibration source is shared as a vibrating source of a recipient vibrator, And a vibration component in a low-frequency region which causes a vibration angle is cut when vibrating for conduction.

According to a specific feature of the present invention, when vibrating for the incoming vibrator, the vibration component in the audible frequency range is cut. According to another specific feature, a limiter is provided that prohibits vibration exceeding a limit that causes a vibration angle when vibrating for cartilage conduction.

According to another aspect of the present invention, there is provided a communication device including: a storage unit that stores a plurality of announcement voice data in advance; a vibration source that vibrates for cartilage conduction; a short range communication unit that receives an instruction signal from the portable telephone; And a control section for selecting the corresponding noticed voice data stored in the storage section according to the instruction signal and causing the vibration source to vibrate in the frequency domain of the voice signal for the cartilage conduction by the selected voice data. Device is provided. According to a specific feature of the present invention, under the control of the control section, notification oscillation is performed in a frequency region causing a vibration angle in accordance with an instruction signal received by the short-range communication section.

According to a specific feature of the present invention, in accordance with an instruction signal received by the short-range communication unit, the notification oscillation is first performed in a frequency region causing the oscillation angle, and the notification oscillation is performed in the frequency region of the sound signal by the oscillation source The reason for the occurrence of the notification vibration can be confirmed by the cartilage conduction of the voice data. According to a more specific feature, the instruction signal includes information indicating that the battery of the cellular phone is in a state of insufficient remaining capacity, and the voice data includes an announcement that the battery of the cellular phone is in a state of insufficient remaining capacity. According to another specific characteristic, the instruction signal includes information indicating that the cellular phone is outside the communication range of the telephone, and the voice data includes an announcement indicating that the cellular phone is out of the communication range of the telephone.

As described above, according to the present invention, a more effective transmitter and receiver device for generating cartilage conduction through vibration of the hand is provided. Further, according to the present invention, an effective notification apparatus is provided.

1 is a perspective view showing a system configuration of a first embodiment according to an embodiment of the present invention. (Embodiment 1) Fig.
Fig. 2 is a screen for explaining the call posture displayed on the wristwatch display unit in the first embodiment. Fig.
3 is another explanatory screen of the call posture displayed on the wristwatch display part in the first embodiment.
4 is another explanatory view of the call posture displayed on the wristwatch display unit in the first embodiment.
5 is a block diagram of the first embodiment.
6 is a flowchart showing the functions of the wristwatch-type hand-held device in the first embodiment.
7 is a flowchart showing another function of the wristwatch-type hand-held device in the first embodiment.
8 is a view illustrating a call posture and an appearance of a mounted state displayed on the wristwatch display unit in the second embodiment. (Embodiment 2) Fig.
9 is a system block diagram of the second embodiment.
10 is a view illustrating a call posture and an appearance of a mounted state displayed on the wristwatch display unit in the third embodiment. (Third Embodiment) Fig.
11 is an external perspective view and a mounting state external view of the wrist watch-type hand-held device of Embodiment 4. (Embodiment 4)
12 is an external view of a mounting state of the wristwatch attachment-type hand-held device of Embodiment 5. (Embodiment 5)
13 is a system block diagram of the fifth embodiment.
14 is a perspective view showing a system configuration of Embodiment 6. (Embodiment 6)
15 is a block diagram of a sixth embodiment.
16 is a flowchart showing functions of the wristband type incoming notification apparatus according to the sixth embodiment.
17 is a flowchart showing the details of step S58 in Fig.
Fig. 18 is a flowchart showing the details of step S64 in Fig.

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1 is a perspective view showing a system configuration of a first embodiment according to the embodiment of the present invention. The first embodiment constitutes a system including the cellular phone 2 and the wrist-watch-type hand transmitter 4. The cellular phone 2 is configured as a so-called smart phone having a display section 6 having a GUI (graphical user interface) function. An operation unit 8 such as a ten-key is displayed on the display unit 6 and GUI-operated according to the touch or slide of the finger with respect to the display unit 6. [ The infrared light emitting portions 10 and 12 and the infrared light receiving portion 14 constitute a proximity sensor that detects that the cellular phone 2 is in contact with the ear. The cellular phone 2 also has an earphone 16, a microphone 18 and an inner camera 20 for a television telephone. Although not shown in Fig. 1, the cellular phone 2 has a rear main camera on the back side of the display unit 6, and is connected to the wrist by a radio wave 22 of a short distance communication system such as Bluetooth (registered trademark) It can communicate with the watch-type transmitter and receiver 4 in a short distance. The cellular phone 2 also has a speaker for generating a ringing tone or a television telephone. However, in order to distinguish the ringing tone and the television telephone, the speaker that is in contact with and hears the ear is referred to as " earphone 16 "

The wrist-watch-type transmitter and receiver 4 has a wristwatch main body 26 and a belt portion 28. The wrist watch body 26 is provided with a wrist watch display unit 30 using a reflection type liquid crystal, and performs various displays described below together with a normal time display. The wristwatch display unit 30 has a touch panel 30a on the display surface and can operate the wristwatch-type handheld device 4. The wristwatch main body 26 is provided with a speaker 32 for a transmitter and receiver so that even when the cellular phone 2 is put in a pocket by a short distance communication with the cellular phone 2, It is possible to talk while watching the hydration device 4. [ The microphone for the transmitter-receiver will be described later. The wristwatch main body 26 is further provided with a camera section 34 so that its face facing the wristwatch display section 30 is imaged and the face of the opponent is displayed on the wristwatch display section 30, It is possible to call.

The wristwatch main body 26 is provided with a cartilage conduction vibration source 36 made of a piezoelectric bimorph element or the like and transmits vibration for transmitting cartilage from the back side of the wristwatch main body 26 to the wrist. The belt portion 28 is also provided with cartilage conduction vibration sources 38 and 40 made of the same piezoelectric bimorph element or the like and transmits vibration for transmitting cartilage from the back side of the belt portion 28 to the wrist do. A conductive band 41 made of a material having a similar acoustic impedance to the wrist is provided on the belt portion 28. The cartilage conduction vibration sources 38 and 40 are disposed on the conductive band 41, (41). Thus, the wristwatch-type handheld device 4 transmits vibrations for cartilage conduction to a wide range around the wrist. The configuration for transmitting vibration from a wide range around the wrist is effective for absorbing individual differences in the suitable positions for transmission of vibration and positional shifts during mounting of the wrist-watch-type transmitter and receiver 4. Further, by transmitting vibration from a wide range around the wrist, vibration for cartilage conduction can be more effectively transmitted to the hand.

Here, the cartilage conduction is described. The cartilage conduction is a phenomenon found by the present inventor and is a phenomenon in which the surface of the cartilage outer ear surface vibrates due to vibrations transmitted to the cartilage around the entrance of the outer ear canal such as migraine and generates a sound in the ear canal. In addition, the airway in the auditory canal progresses to the inside of the ear canal and reaches the eardrum. The main part of the sound heard by the cartilage conduction is the sound heard through the eardrum. However, it is not the sound that entered from the outside of the ear canal like the normal prayer sound but the prayer sound that occurred inside the ear canal.

The above-mentioned cartilage conduction vibration source also serves as a vibrating source of the incoming vibrator. The incoming call signal is transmitted by short-distance communication with the cellular phone 2 to vibrate and announce the incoming call by transmitting vibration to the wrist. In addition, as will be described later, the cartilage conduction vibration source vibrates at a frequency region (frequency centered on 1000 Hz) of a voice signal at the time of cartilage conduction, and a frequency causing an oscillation angle 20Hz or less) is cut and delivered to the wrist. On the other hand, when vibrating as a recipient vibrator, the vibrator is vibrated around a frequency (for example, 20 Hz or less) causing a vibration angle, and the audible frequency region is cut off so as not to be heard by other people.

The belt portion 28 is provided with a tightening mechanism 42 to loosen the belt portion 28 at the time of attaching and detaching the wrist-watch-type transmitter and receiver 4 and to fasten the belt portion 28 in the normal mounting state. The tightening mechanism 42 further tightens the belt portion 28 from the normal state so that it is slightly tight in the range of no pain or discomfort, thereby further improving the cartilage conduction to the wrist. The switching from the normal state to the cartilage conduction state by the tightening mechanism 42 can be performed by touch panel operation by pressing the switch portion 44 displayed on the wristwatch display portion 30. [ The operation of depressing the switch 44 is an operation of pressing the wristwatch main body 26 against the wrist so that the vibration of the cartilage conduction vibration source 36 can be more reliably brought into close contact with the wrist. Further, when the cartilage conduction is sufficient in the normal mounting state, it is possible to talk without pressing the switch portion 44.

The belt portion 28 is also provided with a variable directivity microphone 46 for a transmitter / receiver. In the above-described television telephone state, as shown by the arrow 48, the variable directional microphone 46 is set in the directivity on the backlight side so as to obtain the sound from the front face of the wrist watch display unit 30. [ On the other hand, when making a call by cartilage conduction, as shown by the arrow 50, the variable directional microphone 46 obtains sound from the palm side of the hand (normally left hand) filled with the wrist-watch type transmitter / receiver 4 So that communication can be performed by the posture as described later. The belt portion 28 is provided with vibration isolators 52 and 54 made of materials having different acoustic impedances and the vibrations from the cartilage conduction vibration sources 36 and 38 are transmitted to the variable directional microphone 46, As shown in FIG. Further, along the belt portion 28, the antenna 56 of the short range communication portion is provided so as to close the wrist.

Fig. 2 is a screen for explaining the call posture displayed on the wrist watch display unit 30 in the first embodiment shown in Fig. This screen is displayed every time the power switch of the wrist-watch-type transmitter-receiver 4 is turned on, but it may be set so that it is not displayed when it is troublesome. Fig. 2 (A) is a communication posture for a television telephone, and explains a posture in which a telephone call is made while watching the wrist watch display unit 30 while the cellular phone 2 is put in a pocket, for example. At this time, the directivity of the variable directional microphone 46 is directed toward the back of the hand as indicated by the arrow 48 in Fig.

2B shows the posture of the cartilage conduction conversation. The index finger of the hand (for example, the left hand) filled with the wrist-watch-type transmitter 4 is inserted into the ear of the same side (for example, the left ear) (The ear cartilage) of the cartilage. At this time, if the fingers are not blocked by the fingers, sounds can be heard by cartilage conduction in the state where the alien sounds are also heard. In addition, if the ear canal is blocked by pressing the diaphragm strongly, sound due to cartilage conduction can be heard by a louder sound due to the effect of closure of the ear canal. With such a communication posture, the vibration for the cartilage conduction introduced from the wrist is transmitted to the index finger, and the vibration is transmitted to the transplant (ear cartilage), so that the opponent's voice can be heard by the good cartilage conduction, Directional microphone 46 whose directivity is switched in the direction of the palm side as indicated by the arrow 50 in Fig. In this state, the camera section 34, the speaker 32 for the transmitter and receiver, and the wristwatch display section 30 are turned off. Such automatic off is automatically performed by detecting an attitude change in Figs. 2A and 2B by an acceleration sensor provided on the wristwatch main body 26. Fig.

3 is another explanatory view of the call posture displayed on the wrist watch display unit 30 in the first embodiment shown in Fig. Fig. 3 (A) shows a state in which the switch portion 44 shown in Fig. 1 is pushed by the right hand in a communication posture by the cartilage conduction shown in Fig. 2 (B). 3 (B) shows the communication posture by the different cartilage conduction. The thumb of the hand (for example, the left hand) filled with the wrist-watch-type transmitter 4 is inserted into the ear of the same side Left ear) and the posture (ear cartilage). Further, even in this communication posture, the voice of the user obtained by the variable directivity microphone 46 whose directivity is switched in the direction of the palm side can be transmitted to the opponent.

4 is another explanatory view of the call posture displayed on the wrist watch display unit 30 in the first embodiment shown in Fig. 4A is a cross-sectional view showing a state in which a hand (for example, the left hand) filled with the wrist-watch-type hand transmitter 4 is crossed in front of the face so that the index finger is moved to the transplant (ear cartilage) of the ear And shows the call posture due to the contacted cartilage conduction. 4 (B) shows another talking posture by cartilage conduction. The convex portion of the lower part of the palm of the hand (for example, the left hand) filled with the wrist-watch-type transmitter 4 is placed on the ear (For example, the left ear). In this case, the convex portion of the palm is brought into wide contact with the cartilage near the ear canal. Also, when pressed strongly, it becomes a form to close the ear. 4A and 4B, it is possible to convey the voice of the user, which is obtained by the variable-directional microphone 46 whose directivity is changed in the palm side direction, to the other party.

5 is a block diagram of the first embodiment shown in Fig. 1, wherein the same parts as those in Fig. 1 are assigned the same reference numerals as those in Fig. 1, and a description thereof will be omitted unless necessary. The cellular phone 2 is controlled by a control unit 60 that operates in accordance with a program stored in the storage unit 58. [ The storage unit 58 temporarily stores data required for the control of the control unit 60, and can also store various measurement data and images. The display of the display unit 6 is performed based on the display data held by the display driver based on the control of the control unit 60. [ The display unit 6 has a display backlight, and the control unit 60 adjusts the brightness based on the brightness of the surroundings. The display section 6 has a touch panel 6a and can operate the cellular phone 2 by touching the display section 6. [

The telephone function section 66 including the telephone communication section 68 under the control of the control section 60 is connected to the telephone function section 66 including the telephone communication section 62, the microphone 18, the hydration processing section 64 and the earphone 16, It is connectable to the line. The speaker 70 performs ringing tones and various guidance under the control of the control unit 60, and outputs a voice of the other party at the time of the television telephone call. The audio output of the speaker 70 is not output from the earphone 16. [ The image processing section 72 processes the images picked up by the inner camera 20 and the back main camera 74 controlled by the control section 60 and outputs the images of the processing results to the storage section 58).

The cellular phone 2 has a local communication section 76 for communicating with the wrist-watch-type handset 4 and an operation section 78 such as a main switch of the main power source. The power supply unit 80 that supplies power to the entire cellular phone 2 has a rechargeable battery supplied from the non-contact charging unit 82.

The wrist-watch-type transmitter-receiver unit 4 has a short-range communication unit 77 for communicating with the cellular phone 2. And a clock function section 84 for a normal clock function. The acceleration sensor 86 detects the rise of the wristwatch-type hand transmitter 4 from FIGS. 1A to 1 B and the rise of the wrist-watch-type transmitter 4 (FIG. 1 And performs automatic switching of the camera unit 34, the speaker 32, and the wrist watch display unit 30. [

The power supply unit 88 of the wrist type transmitter and receiver 4 and the power supply unit 80 of the cellular phone 2 can be charged by the non-contact charging units 82 and 90, respectively, Information is shared by near-field communication, and the connection between the wristwatch-type handset 4 and the cellular phone 2 is ensured. The GPS unit 92 detects the movement of the user who fills the wrist-watch-type transmitter-receiver unit 4 and checks whether the mobile phone 2 is left in the original place in the non-portable state every time, The connection between the wristwatch-type handset 4 and the cellular phone 2 is ensured. Concretely, it is checked whether or not the user moves out of the short-range communication area as a result of the movement.

The driving section 94 drives both the cartilage conduction section 36 of the wristwatch main body 26 and the cartilage conduction sections 38 and 40 of the belt section 28 to transmit vibration for cartographic conduction from a wide range around the wrist. The voice processing unit 96 switches the generation of the vibration for the cartilage conduction by the driving unit 94 and the generation of the airway noise by the speaker 32 under the direction of the control unit 98. [ The variable directivity microphone 46 switches the directivity by an instruction from the control unit 98 through the voice processing unit 96. [ The voice processing unit 96 also switches whether the output signal from the driver 94 is a voice signal whose frequency causing the vibration angle is cut or a vibration signal of a frequency region which causes a vibration angle where the audible frequency region is cut . The control unit 98 operates in accordance with the program stored in the storage unit 99. [ The storage unit 99 also temporarily stores data required for control by the control unit 98, and can also store various measurement data and images.

The operation unit 100 includes a button or the like for performing a main power source on, a calling operation, an incoming response operation, or the like. The wristwatch display unit 30 is a touch panel type as described above and has a touch panel 30a and a switch unit 44 and the like are displayed and the wristwatch display unit 30 can be operated to operate the mobile phone 2 have.

6 is a flowchart showing the function of the control unit 98 of the wrist-watch-type water-supply device 4 in the first embodiment. The flow of Fig. 6 extracts and shows the operation centered on the function related to the cartilage conduction. The wristwatch-type hand-held device 4 is provided with a wristwatch function, not shown in the flowchart of Fig. 6 The operation of the control unit 98 exists. 6, among the functions relating to the cartilage conduction, particularly, the directional control of the variable directional microphone 46, the switching control of the frequency region and the voice frequency region causing the vibration angle, and the function relating to the tightening control of the belt portion 28 And explanations of various other functions described in Figs. 1 to 5 are omitted for avoiding troubles.

The flow of Fig. 6 starts with turning on the main power source of the operation unit 100 of the wrist-watch-type transmitter 4, performs initial drive and each function check in step S2, The normal clock display is started. Subsequently, in step S4, the usage shown in Figs. 2 to 4 is displayed in a slide show. When the usage description ends, the process proceeds to step S6.

In step S6, in order to prevent vibrations on the vibrations of the cartilage conduction vibration sources (36, 38, 40) when the vibrations are generated (for example, 20 Hz or less) The circuit is switched so that the audible frequency region is cut off from the signal, and the process proceeds to Step S8. At this point in time, the cartilage conduction vibration sources 36, 38, 40 are not yet driven. When reaching the step S6, if the audible frequency region is in the cut state originally, the process proceeds to the step S8 without performing anything in the step S6.

In step S8, the vibration limit prevention volume limiter is turned off, and the process proceeds to step S10. As will be described later, the vibration limit prevention volume limiter prevents the vibration in the low frequency region, which is not completely cut, from generating an uncomfortable vibration angle when the cartilage conduction vibration sources 36, 38, 40 are vibrated in the audible frequency region A limiter for preventing the volume from increasing higher than a predetermined value, and is provided in the audio processing unit 96. [ In the case of vibrating the cartilage conduction vibration sources 36, 38, and 40 as the incoming vibrator, it is an object to generate a vibration angle, so that this vibration angle prevention volume limiter can be turned off and the volume adjustment can be raised to a maximum. When step S8 is reached and the vibration-angle-preventing volume limiter is in the off state originally, the process proceeds to step S10 without performing anything in step S8.

In step S10, it is determined whether the operation unit 100 of the wrist-watch-type hand transmitter 4 has been operated or the operation unit 100 of the wrist-watch-type transmitter-receiver unit 4 has been operated in response to an incoming signal transmitted from the cellular phone 2 via short- It is detected whether or not the calling operation in the operation unit 100 is transmitted to the cellular phone 2 by the local area communication and based on this, a response from the other party is transmitted from the cellular phone 2 by the local area communication. When the incoming signal is transmitted, the cartilage conduction vibration sources 36, 38 and 40 vibrate as the incoming vibrator. At this time, the audible frequency region is cut and oscillated based on the function of step S6. If there is any one of the reception response operation by the operation unit 100 or the call answer from the cellular phone 2, it means that communication with the other party by the cellular phone 2 is started, and therefore the process goes to step S12.

In step S12, the display of the face of the opponent on the wristwatch display unit 30, the imaging of the face of the user's own face by the camera unit 34, and the generation of the airway sound by the speaker 32 are all turned on, The directivity of the directional microphone 46 is set to the backlight side, and the process proceeds to step S14. At this time, the cartilage conduction sections 36, 38, and 40 are off. When the wristwatch display unit 30 is turned on, the camera unit 34 is turned on, the speaker 32 is turned on, and the directivity of the variable directional microphone 46 reaches the step S12 while the directivity is on the back side of the hand, The process advances to step S14 without doing anything. Subsequently, in step S14, the fastening state of the belt section 28 is made normal, and the process proceeds to step S16. When the tightening state of the belt portion 28 reaches the step S14 in the normal tightening state, the routine proceeds to the step S16 without performing anything in the step S14. As described above, at the start of the call, the television telephone state is first set. The belt portion 28 is normally fastened. In the case where the telephone call is not a videophone but only a voice, the display of the face of the opponent and the turning on of the camera section 34 are omitted.

In step S16, the presence or absence of the rising detection of the wristwatch-type hand-held device 4 by the acceleration sensor 86 from (A) to (B) of Fig. 2 is checked. If there is a detection, the process proceeds to step S18 where the display of the face of the opponent on the wrist watch display unit 30, the image of the face of the user's own face by the camera unit 34, And the cartilage conductive parts 36, 38 and 40 are turned on instead. Further, the directivity of the variable directivity microphone 46 is set to the palm side, and the process proceeds to step S18. Originally, when the wristwatch display unit 30 is turned off, the camera unit 34 is turned off, the cartilage conduction units 36, 38, and 40 are turned on, and the directivity of the variable directional microphone 46 is on the palm side, , The flow advances to step S20 without performing anything in step S18.

In step S20, the cartilage conduction vibration sources 36, 38, and 40 are vibrated at the frequency range (frequency centered on 1000 Hz) of the voice signal and the frequencies causing the vibration angle 20 Hz or less) is cut off and the process proceeds to step S22. When the oscillation angular frequency region is originally cut in Step S20, the process proceeds to Step S22 without performing anything in Step S20. In step S22, the above-described vibration-angle-preventing volume limiter is turned on, and the process proceeds to step S24. When step S22 is reached, if the vibration-limiting-prevention volume limiter is in the on-state, the process proceeds to step S24 without performing anything in step S22.

In step S24, it is checked whether or not the switch unit 44 is depressed. If the switch unit 44 is depressed, the process proceeds to step S26, and the tightening force of the belt unit 28 is strengthened. On the other hand, if it is detected that the switch unit 44 is not pressed, the process proceeds to step S30, and the tightening force is returned to normal and the process proceeds to step S28.

In step S28, it is checked whether or not the wrist-watch-type transmitter 4 is lowered by the acceleration sensor 86 from FIG. 2B to FIG. 2A. If there is a lowering detection, the process proceeds to step S12, Restores the settings to the videophone state. On the other hand, if there is no lowering detection in step S28 (as long as the cartilage conduction call continues, this state is normal), the process proceeds to step S32, and it is checked whether or not the call is disconnected. If there is no disconnection of the call, the process returns to step S16. Hereinafter, steps S12 to S32 are repeated until the call interruption is detected in step S32, and the cartilage conduction conversation and the videophone call are switched corresponding to the change of the posture. Further, the tightening force based on the presence or absence of the operation of the switch unit 44 is changed. On the other hand, if the call interruption is detected in step S32, the process proceeds to step S36.

In step S36, it is checked whether or not the main power source of the wrist-watch-type transmitter 4 is turned off. If there is no main power source OFF, the process returns to step S6. If no main power source is turned off in step S36, To step S36 are repeated. On the other hand, if main power off is detected in step S36, the flow ends.

7 is a flowchart showing the functions of the control unit 98 of the wrist-watch-type transmitter 4 in the first embodiment by extracting and showing other functions. The flow chart of Fig. 7 extracts and shows the operation centered on the function relating to the cartilage conduction. The wristwatch transmitter / receiver 4 is provided with a control unit (not shown in the flow of Fig. 7) 4) are present. In Fig. 7, among the functions relating to cartilage conduction, in particular, the directional control of the variable directivity microphone 46 and functions relating to connection with the cellular phone 2 are extracted, and various other functions and functions described in Figs. 1 to 5 The description of the function completed in FIG. 6 is omitted for avoiding troubles. 6 and Fig. 7 for the sake of convenience of explanation, the functions of Figs. 6 and 7 can be practically carried out in combination.

7 starts with the main power source of the wrist-watch-type transmitter 4 turned on. In step S862, the initial drive and each sub-function check are performed, and the normal clock display in the wrist watch display unit 30 . Subsequently, in step S864, the usage shown in Figs. 2 to 4 is displayed as a slide show. When the explanation of use is completed, the process proceeds to step S866, and it is checked whether or not the movement of the user by the GPS unit 92 is detected.

If there is no movement detection, the flow advances to step S868 to check whether or not the scheduled timing (for example, once every 5 seconds) for securing the connection between the wristwatch transmitter 4 and the cellular phone 2 . Then, the process proceeds to step S870. On the other hand, if the user movement by the GPS unit 92 is detected in step S866, the process directly goes to step S870. In step S870, it is checked whether or not the cellular phone 2 is out of the local communication area, and if it is within the communication area, the process advances to step S872. In step S872, short-range communication with the cellular phone 2 is performed, the power state of the wrist-watch-type transmitter and receiver 4 normally displayed on the wristwatch display unit 30 is checked, and the result is transmitted to the cellular phone 2 . The transmitted information is displayed on the cellular phone 2. Further, in step S874, information indicating the power state of the cellular phone 2 is received by short distance communication, and the result is displayed on the wristwatch display unit 30, and the process proceeds to step S876. On the other hand, in step S868, when the scheduled timing is reached, the process directly proceeds to step S876.

In step S876, it is detected whether there has been an incoming call to the cellular phone 2 by the short-range communication or a response from the opponent based on the calling operation of the operation unit 6509 of the wrist-watch-type transmitter 4 . If any one of them is present, it means that the cellular phone 2 has started the communication with the opponent. Therefore, the process advances to step S878 to display the face of the opponent in the wrist watch display unit 30, The directional characteristic of the variable directional microphone 46 is set to the back of the hand, and the flow advances to step S880. At this time, the cartilage conduction sections 36, 38, and 40 are off. As described above, at the start of the call, the television telephone state is first set. In the case where the telephone call is not a videophone but only a voice, the display of the face of the opponent and the turning on of the camera section 34 are omitted.

In step S880, the presence or absence of the rising detection of the wristwatch-type hand transmitter 4 by the acceleration sensor 86 from (A) to (B) of Fig. 2 is checked. The process proceeds to step S882 where the display of the face of the opponent on the wristwatch display unit 30, the image of the face of the user's own face by the camera unit 34, and the generation of the prayer sound by the speaker 32 are all off And the cartilage conductive parts 36, 38 and 40 are turned on instead. Further, the directivity of the variable directivity microphone 46 is set to the palm side, and the process proceeds to step S884.

In step S884, the presence or absence of the lowering of the wristwatch-type handwriting apparatus 4 from FIG. 2B to FIG. 2A by the acceleration sensor 86 is checked. If there is a lowering detection, the processing proceeds to step S878, Restores the settings to the videophone state. On the other hand, if there is no lowering detection in step S884 (as long as the cartilage conduction call continues), the process proceeds to step S886 and it is checked whether or not the call is disconnected. If there is no disconnection of the call, the flow returns to step S880. Hereinafter, steps S878 to S886 are repeated until the call interruption is detected in step S886, and the cartilage conduction conversation and the videophone call are switched corresponding to the change of the posture. On the other hand, if the call interruption is detected in step S886, the process proceeds to step S888. If there is no detection of call initiation in step S876, the process directly proceeds to step S888.

In step S888, it is checked whether or not the cellular phone search operation by the operation unit 100 has been performed. This operation is performed when, for example, the cellular phone 2 is not conspicuous. When the operation is performed, the process proceeds to step S890, where an instruction signal for communicating with the cellular phone 2 by near field communication and causing the cellular phone 2 to pronounce the ringing tone (or vibrator vibrations) is transmitted, .

On the other hand, if it is detected in step S870 that the cellular phone 2 is out of the local communication area, the process advances to step S894 to display a warning that the cellular phone 2 is in the non-mobile state, and the process proceeds to step S892. The connection between the wristwatch-type handset 4 and the cellular phone 2 is ensured by various means as described above.

In step S892, it is checked whether or not the main power source of the wrist-watch-type transmitter 4 is turned off. If the main power source is not turned off, the process returns to step S866. If no main power source is turned off in step S892, To step S892 are repeated. On the other hand, if main power off is detected in step S892, the flow ends.

The implementation of the various features shown in the first embodiment is not limited to the first embodiment, but can be practiced in other embodiments as long as the advantages can be enjoyed. Further, as exemplified below, various features shown in Embodiment 1 can be implemented by various modifications. These modifications can be properly combined and can be combined with some modifications.

For example, the vibrations of the cartilage conduction vibration sources 38 and 40 are transmitted to the portions where the cartilage conduction vibration sources 38 and 40 are not provided through the conduction band 41 of the belt portion 28, ) Is good, any one of the cartilage conduction vibration sources 38 and 40 may be omitted. Further, when the vibration of the cartilage conduction vibration source 36 of the wrist watch body 26 is transmitted to the conduction band 41 of the belt portion 28, even if both of the cartilage conduction vibration sources 38 and 40 are omitted, It is possible to transmit the vibration from a wide range. Conversely, if the conduction band 41 is extended to the back side portion of the wristwatch main body 26 and the vibration of either or both of the cartilage conduction vibration sources 38 and 40 is transmitted, It is also possible to omit the conduction vibration source 36. In this way, when the vibration for transmitting cartilage is transmitted substantially to a wide area around the wrist, the cartilage conduction vibration source may be one or a small number. Conversely, the number of cartilage conduction vibration sources may be increased more than that of Embodiment 1 to enhance the vibration transmission for cartilage conduction from a wide range around the wrist.

Instead of adopting the switch portion 44 displayed on the wristwatch display portion 30, it is also possible to use the switch portion 44 having a similar function at a position corresponding to the cartilage conduction vibration source (38 or 40) It is also possible to install buttons. Also in this case, the operation of pressing the button simultaneously brings the operation of bringing the cartilage conduction vibration source (38 or 40) into close contact with the wrist. The switching of the tightening force may be configured such that the tightening force is automatically raised when the rising acceleration is detected in step S16 of FIG. 6 without depending on such a manual operation. At this time, a short voice message "tighten the belt" may be inserted before the speaker 32 is turned off in step S18 so that the user is not surprised. Further, for simplification, the tightening mechanism may be omitted, and the carton conduction vibration source (38 or 40) may be brought into close contact with the wrist by simply pressing the switch portion (44). In this case, the function of the switch portion 44 can be used to turn on vibration for sound transmission of the cartilage conduction vibration sources 38 and 40. The switch unit 44 itself may be omitted and the wristwatch display unit 30 may be simply guided to press the vicinity of the position where the cartilage conduction vibration sources 38 and 40 are installed.

In addition, Embodiment 1 is configured to transmit vibration from as wide a range as possible around the wrist, to absorb individual differences in the fit position for transmission of vibrations and positional deviation during mounting of the wrist-watch-type transmitter and receiver 4 . On the other hand, as another embodiment, it is also possible to measure the vibration transmission points having high effects individually, and to concentrate the vibration at the optimum position. Also in this case, a slight enlargement is taken into account with regard to the transfer area to be concentrated, taking into consideration the misalignment in use.

Further, instead of the variable directivity microphone 46 in the first embodiment, it is also possible to employ a wide-angle microphone capable of obtaining sound from the palm side of the back of the hand.

Example 2

Fig. 8 is an explanatory view of a call posture and an appearance of a mounted state in the wristwatch-type hand-held device 104 of the second embodiment according to the embodiment of the present invention. Since the wrist-watch-type transmitter 104 of the second embodiment has the same basic structure as that of the first embodiment shown in Figs. 1 to 7, the description of the basic structure is appropriately made in Fig. 1 and the like.

The second embodiment constitutes a system including the cellular phone 2 and the wristwatch-type handset 104 as shown in Fig. 1 in the same way as the first embodiment. The cellular phone 2 is the same as that of the first embodiment, and a description thereof will be omitted. In addition, since there are many common parts of the wristwatch-type handset 104, the common parts are given the same reference numerals, and a description thereof will be omitted unless necessary.

Also in the second embodiment, a description screen of the call posture in the wristwatch transmitter / receiver 104 is displayed on the wristwatch display unit 30 in the same manner as in the first embodiment. Fig. 8A is a screen for explaining the call posture in the wristwatch-type hand transmitter 104 of the second embodiment, and the call posture is basically the same as in Fig. 3B in the first embodiment to be. However, in the second embodiment, the folding type support portion 105 rising along the inner side of the thumb 103 from the palm side of the belt portion 128 is different from the configuration of the wrist watch-type hand- And a cartilage conductive portion 138 made of a piezoelectric bimorph element or the like is supported at a tip portion thereof. 8 (A), a middle portion of the folding support portion 105 is sandwiched between the index finger of the thumb 103 and the index finger of the thumb 103, 138) to move to obtain cartilage conduction. As will be described later, the folding support portion 105 is made of a flexible sheet-like material such as plastic. When the folding type support portion 105 is sandwiched between the root portion of the thumb 103 and the index finger, The tip portion follows the fold of the thumb 103.

Figs. 8B to 8D are enlarged views of a hand portion extracted from the explanatory display screen. Fig. 8B is an enlarged view of a portion of the hand from the explanation display screen. This state is explained. 8 (B) to 8 (D) show a state in which the wrist is rotated 180 degrees from FIG. 8 (A). 8A and 8B show the folded state of the folded support portion 105. The folded folded portion 105 protrudes substantially from the belt portion 128 along the belt portion 128 of the wrist watch- It is folded without. At this time, the cartilage conductive portion 138 is in contact with the belt portion 128 and, similarly to the first embodiment, transmits the incoming vibrating vibration to the wrist through the belt portion 128 when used as a vibrating source of the incoming vibrator.

Fig. 8 (C) shows a state in which the folding-type support portion 105 is extended to the middle to raise the folding support portion 105. Fig. As can be seen from Fig. 8 (C), the folding support portion 105 is divided into a base portion 105a, an intermediate portion 105b, and a support portion 105c which are fixed to the belt portion 128. [ The supporting portion 105c supports the cartilage conductive portion 138 at the distal end portion thereof. Between the base portion 105a and the intermediate portion 105b is a warped bent portion and the intermediate portion 105b and the support portion 105c are folded backward. The folding support portion 105 is made of a sheet-like material such as plastic that is durable against flexibility and repeated bending, and the warp bent portion and the folded back portion have durability against repetition of folding and unfolding. 8C, the intermediate portion 105b is extended from the support portion 105c by separating the hook 105d from the hook 105e.

8D also shows that by separating the hook 105f from the hook 105g the intermediate portion 105b can be displaced from the base portion 105a (hidden in Figure 8D) And also shows a bent state. Thereby, the intermediate portion 105b and the support portion 105c are lifted along the thumb 103. A slight twist is generated in the entire folding-type support portion 105 by interposing a middle portion thereof between the root portion of the thumb 103 and the index finger against the elastic force of the folding support portion 105, The cartilage conductive portion 138 supported by the distal end portion of the support portion 105c follows the abdomen of the thumb 103. 8 (A), the distal end of the thumb 103 presses against the diaphragm, so that the cartilage conductive portion 138 is sandwiched between the thumb 103 and the diaphragm, It is possible to realize good cartilage conduction.

In order to store the folding support portion 105, the folding-type support portion 105 is folded by the reverse procedure from (D) to (B) in FIG. 8, The hook 105g and the hook 105d and the hook 105e may be sequentially inserted. When the wristwatch-type hand transmitter 104 is filled in the left hand as shown in Fig. 8, for example, the lifting and storing operation of the folding support portion 105 can be performed with one right hand.

8 (B) from the state of Fig. 8 (D), or from the state of Fig. 8 (D) to the state of Fig. 8 ) May be performed as a series of operations performed by the right hand around the cartilage conductive portion 138 without having to perform the steps as shown in Fig. Therefore, the operation can be realized with substantially one operation.

When the folding support portion 105 is made of plastic having a shape memory function and the intermediate shape between the stored state and the raised state is stored in the state in which no force is applied, The state of facing the final shape is also suggested, so that the operation is not hesitated, and the operation from the memory shape to the final shape is also facilitated.

FIG. 9 is a system block diagram of the second embodiment shown in FIG. 9, there are many parts that are common to Fig. 5, which is a system block diagram of the first embodiment. Therefore, the same reference numerals as in FIG. 5 are assigned to the common portions, and the description thereof is omitted unless necessary. Particularly, the portion of cellular phone 2 in Fig. 9 is the same as that in Fig. 5, and therefore, a description thereof will be omitted.

9 is different from the wristwatch-type hand-held device 4 of the first embodiment shown in Fig. 1 in that the portion of the folding support portion 105 , And when the folding type support portion 105 including the cartilage conductive portion 138 is in the collapsed state of Fig. 8B, the switch instruction portion 107 detects that this state is present and sends a storage detection signal to the control portion 198 send. The control unit 198 controls the voice processing unit 96 in accordance with the stored detection signal and vibrates around a frequency (for example, 20 Hz or less) at which the cartilage conductive unit 138 causes the vibration angle by the drive unit 94 , The audio frequency domain is cut off so that it can not be heard by other people. Thereby, the cartilage conductive portion 138 is used as a vibrating source of the incoming vibrator. Further, the control unit 198 controls the audio processing unit 96 in accordance with the storage detection signal, and outputs the audio signal from the speaker 32. [ The control unit 198 controls the voice processing unit 96 in accordance with the received detection signal to set the directivity of the variable directional microphone 46 on the back side of the hand and turns on the wrist watch display unit 30. [

8 (D), the switching instruction unit 107 sends a rising detection signal to the control unit 198. When the folding type supporting unit 105 is in the raised state shown in Fig. The control unit 198 controls the voice processing unit 96 in accordance with the rising detection signal so that the cartilage conduction vibration unit 138 vibrates at a frequency in the frequency region of the voice signal And a frequency (for example, 20 Hz or less) causing the vibration angle is cut so that the unpleasant vibration is not sensed by the thumb 103. The control unit 198 controls the sound processing unit 96 in accordance with the rising detection signal to turn off the speaker 32 and direct the directional characteristic of the variable directional microphone 46 to the palm side. At this time, the wristwatch display unit 30 is turned off.

Example 3

Fig. 10 is an explanatory view of a call posture and an appearance of an attachment state in the wristwatch-type hand-held device 204 according to the third embodiment according to the embodiment of the present invention. Since the wrist-watch-shaped transmitter 204 of the third embodiment has many parts in common with the second embodiment shown in Fig. 8, the same parts are denoted by the same reference numerals and the description thereof is omitted.

The third embodiment constitutes a system including the cellular phone 2 and the wristwatch-type handset 204 as shown in Fig. 1 in the same way as the second embodiment. Also in the third embodiment, a description screen of the call posture in the wrist-watch-type handset 204 is displayed on the wristwatch display unit 30 in the same manner as in the second embodiment. 10A is a screen for explaining the call posture in the wristwatch-type handset 204 of the third embodiment, and the call posture is the same as that of FIG. 8A of the second embodiment.

Embodiment 3 This embodiment is different from Embodiment 2 in the configuration of the folding support portion 205. Fig. The folding support portion 205 is lifted from the palm side of the belt portion 128 along the inner side of the thumb 103 and a cartilage conductive portion 238 made of a piezoelectric bimorph element or the like is supported at the tip portion Is the same as that of Embodiment 2, but its structure differs from the method of performing cartilage conduction. More specifically, as shown in Fig. 10 (A), the vibration of the cartilage conductive portion 238, which is formed of a piezoelectric bimorph element or the like and supported at the tip portion of the folding support portion 205, And this vibration reaches the distal end of the thumb 103 on the thumb 103. [0064] Then, the distal end of the thumb 103 is brought into contact with the distal rim to achieve cartilage conduction. In terms of interposing the tissue of the hand, the third embodiment is common to the first embodiment. As a result, the folding support portion 205 is shorter than that of Embodiment 2, and the structure thereof is simple, and the folding portion is formed as one.

10 (B) and 10 (C) are enlarged views obtained by extracting a part of a hand from the explanation display screen as in the case of the second embodiment, and the folding type support portion 205 is in a state of being in the cartilage conduction state In the state of seeing from the palm side. 8 (B) shows the stored state. In this state, as in the second embodiment, the folding type support portion 205 is formed in a shape of the wrist-watch-type transmitter 204 along the belt portion 128 And is substantially not projected from the belt portion 128 but is folded. It is also similar to the second embodiment in that the cartilage conductive portion 238 contacts the belt portion 128 and transmits the incoming vibrational vibration to the wrist through the belt portion 128 when used as a vibrating source of the incoming vibrator.

10B, the folding support portion 205 is divided into a base portion 205a and a support portion 205b fixed to the belt portion 128 and a tip portion of the support portion 205b is divided into a cartilage The conductive portion 238 is supported. Between the base portion 205a and the support portion 205b is an inclined bent portion. The folding support portion 205 is made of a sheet-like material having flexibility and durability against repeated bending, such as plastic, like the second embodiment, and the warped bent portion has durability against repetition of folding and unfolding have.

10C shows a state in which the hook 205c is separated from the hook 205d so that the support portion 205b is bent 90 degrees from the base 205a (hidden in Fig. 10D) State. Thereby, the support portion 205b is raised toward the root portion of the thumb 103. [ A slight twist is generated in the entire folding support portion 205 by sandwiching the tip end portion between the root portion of the thumb 103 and the index finger against the elastic force of the folding support portion 205, The cartilage conductive portion 238 supported at the distal end portion of the support portion 205b follows the root portion of the thumb 103. [ 10 (A), the vibration transmitted from the cartilage conductive portion 238 to the root portion of the thumb 103 by pressing and contacting the end of the thumb 103 with the distal end of the thumb 103 is transmitted to the tip of the thumb 103 It is transmitted to the migration by contact, and good cartilage conduction can be realized.

In order to accommodate the folding support portion 205, the folding type support portion 205 is folded by the reverse procedure from (C) to (B) in FIG. 10, Hook 205d may be inserted. The upward and downward operation of the folding support portion 205 described above can be performed with one right hand in the same manner as in Embodiment 2, for example, when the wristwatch-type handheld device 204 is filled in the left hand as shown in Fig. 10 .

Example 4

11 is an external perspective view and a mounting state external view of the wrist watch-type transmitter 304 of the fourth embodiment according to the embodiment of the present invention. Since the wrist-watch-shaped transmitter 304 of the fourth embodiment has many parts in common with the second embodiment shown in Fig. 8, the same parts are denoted by the same reference numerals and the description thereof is omitted.

The fourth embodiment also constitutes a system including the cellular phone 2 and the wristwatch-type hand transmitter 304 as shown in Fig. 1 in the same way as the second embodiment. The fourth embodiment is different from the second embodiment in that the support belt portion 305 is provided instead of the folding support portion 205. [ The supporting belt portion 305 is lifted from the palm side of the belt portion 328 along the inside of the thumb 103 and the distal end portion of the supporting belt portion 305 is supported by the cartilage conductive portion 338 made of a piezoelectric bi- The structure is the same as that of Embodiment 2, but the folding type support portion 205 and the support belt portion 305 have different structures.

11A is an external perspective view of the wrist watch-type hand transmitter 304 of the fourth embodiment, and has a structure in which a removable support belt portion 305 is wound on the outer side of the belt portion 328. Fig. 11 (A) shows a state in which the support belt portion 305 is wound on the outer side of the belt portion 328, and in this state, the solid line shows an appearance that is not different from a normal wristwatch. Further, in this state, the supporting belt portion 305 is locked to the wristwatch main body 326 by the interlocking lock portion 309. [ Further, the interlocking lock portion 309 is provided on both sides of the wristwatch main body 326 (the opposite side is not shown because it is invisible), and the lock is released by being sandwiched from both sides. However, It is a structure without work. When the lock of the interlocking lock portion 309 is released, both ends of the support belt portion 305 are released from the wristwatch main body 326. Further, the support belt portion 305 is made of a flexible sheet-like material in the same manner as in the second embodiment.

The one-dot chain line in FIG. 11 (A) shows a state in which the support belt portion 305 is removed from the wristwatch main body 326 and one end of the support belt portion 305 is deployed in the right direction in the drawing. Since the other end of the support belt portion 305 is slidably connected to the slit 313 of the belt portion 328 by a pin 311 having a small cross section in cross section, the support belt portion 305 Will not come off from the wrist watch body 326. [ 11 (A) from the state of FIG. 11 (A) only in the direction along the belt portion 328 by the combination of the pin 311 and the slit 313, So that it can be further drawn out to the right side. A cartilage conductive portion 328 is supported at one end portion (right end portion in the drawing) of the support belt portion 305.

Figs. 11 (B) to 11 (E) are enlarged views obtained by extracting a part of the hand from the explanation display screen as in the case of the second embodiment, and the supporting belt section 305 is changed from the housed state to the cartilage conduction state The operation for lifting the hand is viewed from the palm side. 11 (B) shows the stored state. In this state, as in the second embodiment, the support belt portion 305 is formed in the form of following the belt portion 328 of the wrist-watch-type transmitter and receiver 304 As shown in Fig. 11 (A), the appearance is the same as that of a normal belt portion. The second embodiment is similar to the second embodiment in that the cartilage conductive portion 338 contacts the belt portion 328 and transmits the incoming vibrational vibration to the wrist through the belt portion 328 when used as a vibrating source of the incoming vibrator. The end of the slit 313 is a bent portion 313a, and the support belt portion 305 is lifted along the thumb 103 and guided to maintain the state.

11C shows a state in which only one end portion of the support belt portion 305 is removed from the wristwatch main body 326 (corresponding to the state of Fig. 11A) by releasing the interlocking lock 309. Fig. Further, unlike FIG. 11A, the support belt portion 305 is seen to be short because the support belt portion 305 is wrapped around the wrist and is looking toward the little finger side from the palm side.

11D shows a state in which the support belt portion 305 is pulled to the right in the figure and the fin 311 having a small cross section reaches the end of the slit 313. [ The support belt portion 305 can slide only in the direction along the belt portion 328 by the combination of the pin 311 and the slit 313 having a small sectional shape as described above, 11 (D), the support belt portion 305 can be rotated in the counterclockwise direction in the drawing.

11E shows a state in which the support belt portion 305 is rotated from the state of FIG. 11D to the thumb 103 side. In this state, the small-sized pin 311 is fitted into the bent portion 313a, and the support belt portion 305 can not rotate from the state shown in Fig. 11 (E). In this state, a slight twist is generated in the entirety of the support belt portion 305 by interposing a middle portion of the support belt portion 305 against the elastic force of the support belt portion 305 between the root portion of the thumb 103 and the index finger , And the cartilage conductive portion 338 supported at the tip end portion of the support belt portion 305 follows the fold of the thumb 103. Therefore, the distal end of the thumb 103 is pressed against the distal portion of the distal end of the thumb 103, so that the distal portion of the distal end of the thumb 103 is pinched between the thumb 103 and the distal portion of the thumb 103 to allow good cartilage conduction from the distal portion .

11 (C) to 11 (E), or from the state of FIG. 11 (E) to the state of FIG. 11 (C) 11 can be performed as a series of operations performed by the right hand around the cartilage conductive portion 338 without having to perform the steps as shown in Fig. Therefore, the operation can be practically realized by two operations of releasing the interlocking lock 309 and raising the support belt portion 305. [

In order to accommodate the support belt portion 305, the support belt portion 305 is slid by the reverse procedure from (E) to (B) in FIG. 11, The interlocking lock 309 is engaged and the both end portions of the support belt portion 305 are locked to the wristwatch main body 326. As a result, The pin 311 is guided to the slit 313 and slides toward the wristwatch main body 326 side at the other end side of the support belt portion 305 in this operation. The lifting and storing operation of the support belt portion 305 can be performed by one right hand, for example, when the wristwatch-type hand transmitter 304 is filled in the left hand as shown in Fig.

Example 5

12 is an external view of the mounted state of the wrist watch attachment-type transmitter-receiver 404 of Embodiment 5 according to the embodiment of the present invention. Since the wristwatch attachment-type transmitter and receiver 404 of the fifth embodiment has many parts in common with the second embodiment shown in Fig. 8, the same parts are denoted by the same reference numerals and the description thereof is omitted.

The fifth embodiment also constitutes a system including the cellular phone 2 and the wristwatch attachment-type transmitter-receiver unit 404 as shown in Fig. 1 in the same manner as the second embodiment. The fifth embodiment is different from the second embodiment in that the transmitter-receiver is not configured as a wristwatch, but is configured as a wristwatch attachment type that is mounted on a conventional wristwatch 400. This will be described in detail below.

Figs. 12 (A) to 12 (D) show an appearance of a state where the left hand equipped with the wrist watch 400 is viewed from the palm side. Fig. 12 (A) shows a conventional wristwatch 400, and shows the belt portion 428 viewed from the palm side. 12 (B) shows a state in which the wristwatch attachment-type hand-held device 404 of the fifth embodiment is mounted on the palm side of the belt portion 428 from the outside. The configuration for cartilage conduction is the same as that in Embodiment 2 of Fig. 8 except that the wristwatch attachment-type transmitter-receiver apparatus 404 of Embodiment 5 is of the wristwatch attachment type, and Figures 12 (B) to 12 (D) correspond to Figs. 8 (B) to 8 (D), respectively. Therefore, the same reference numerals are assigned to the corresponding components, and a description thereof will be omitted. In addition, since the wristwatch 400 in Embodiment 5 does not have a configuration as a transmitter-receiver, all the components for transmitting and receiving by cartilage conduction in conjunction with the cellular phone 2 are all connected to the wristwatch attachment-type transmitter- . With respect to the appearance of Fig. 12, the wristwatch attachment-type handheld device 404 has a microphone 446. Fig.

13 is a system block diagram of the fifth embodiment shown in Fig. As described above, the fifth embodiment is common to the second embodiment except for the wristwatch attachment type, so that the system block diagram is also common to the second embodiment. Since the fifth embodiment does not have a wristwatch function and reduces the functions required for the transmitter-receiver and the recipient vibrator by cartilage conduction, the configuration shown in Fig. 13 is simpler than that shown in Fig. 9 showing the configuration of the second embodiment have. However, in FIG. 13, the same reference numerals as those in FIG. 9 denote the same components as those in the second embodiment as described above, and thus description thereof will be omitted unless necessary.

13, the attachment detection unit 415 detects that the wristwatch attachment-type transmitter-receiver unit 404 is mounted on the wrist watch 400, and automatically turns on the power And establishes a short distance communication with the cellular phone 2 automatically. In addition, the establishment of the power on / off and the local communication can be performed manually.

13, the vibration of the cartilage conductive portion 138 is used as a vibration source of the cartilage conduction and the recipient vibrator in the same manner as in the second embodiment. 12 (B), the vibration of the cartilage conductive portion 138 is used as the vibration source of the incoming vibrator in a state in which the folding support portion 105 is housed. In the fifth embodiment, when the vibration of the incoming vibrator is felt on the wrist, the folding-type supporting portion 105 is not raised, but the thumb is moved as shown in Fig. 3 (B) The acceleration sensor 86 detects this posture change. When the detection of the acceleration sensor 86 is notified, the control unit 498 switches the vibration of the cartilage conductive portion 138 from the incoming vibrator vibration to the cartilage conduction vibration caused by the electronic voice of the voice data storage unit 417. Thus, for example, vibration of a short voice message such as " It is from XXX " is transmitted from the cartilage conductive portion 138 to the wrist. The vibration is transmitted from the wrist to the tip of the thumb, and the tip of the thumb is contacted with the transplant to hear the voice message through the cartilage conduction. Thereby, it is possible to determine whether or not the user is urgent to respond to the incoming call before raising the folding support portion 105. [

For this function, the storage unit 499 stores the telephone book data of the cellular phone 2 together with the operation program and operation data of the entire watch-attachment-type transmitter-receiver unit 404. This telephone directory data is updated from time to time by short distance communication with the cellular phone 2. [ The voice data of the voice data storage unit 417 is interlocked with the phone book data of the storage unit 499 and is updated at any time together with the phone book data. With this configuration, when the short-range communication unit 77 receives the ID of the partner who made the telephone call from the cellular phone 2, the telephone directory data of the storage unit 499 is collated, and the corresponding voice data is stored in the voice data storage unit And the cholesteatoconductive portion 138 is audibly driven.

As described above, in the fifth embodiment, the wristwatch attachment-type handheld transmitter 404 is attached to the belt portion 428 of the ordinary wristwatch 400, so that the incoming call to the cellular phone 2 is detected as the vibration of the wrist When the thumb is moved to the immigration, the person who has made a simple telephone call can be recognized by the cartilage conduction sound. If it is necessary to respond, the folding support portion 105 is raised and the cartilage is conveyed I can speak. In this manner, it is possible to cope with the situation without taking out the cellular phone 2 altogether.

The implementation of the various features shown in the above embodiments is not limited to the embodiments, but can be practiced in other embodiments as long as the advantages can be enjoyed. It is to be noted that the various features shown in the embodiments can be variously modified. These modifications can be properly combined and can be combined with some modifications.

For example, in the case where the folding support portion 105 is made of plastic having a shape memory function in Embodiment 2, if the shape which becomes the rising state is stored in the state where the force is not applied, the hooks 105d to 105g , The folding support portion 105 is automatically raised to the state shown in Figure 8 (D). In addition, the warp bent portion and the backward folded portion may have a hinge structure, and each spring may be provided so as to be bent in the upward direction. In this case also, when the hooks 105d to 105g are released, the folding type support portion 105 is automatically raised to the state shown in Fig. 8 (D).

In the second embodiment, the cartilage conductive portion 138 is folded at two places to raise the position of the thumb 103. In the third embodiment, the cartilage conductive portion 238 is folded to the root of the thumb 103 The folding structure is not limited to this. For example, if the length can be secured, the cartilage conductive portion may be folded at one place to raise the position to the thumb, and depending on the storage structure, the cartilage folding portion may be folded at a plurality of locations to raise the cartilage conductive portion to the root portion of the thumb. . Further, the support belt portion 305 as in Embodiment 4 may be employed to raise the cartilage conductive portion to the base portion of the thumb. In this case, since there is a margin in length, it is also possible to omit the slide structure by the slit 313 and to have only the rotation structure between FIG. 11D and FIG. 11E.

Example 6

14 is a perspective view showing a system configuration of a sixth embodiment according to the embodiment of the present invention. The sixth embodiment constitutes a system including the cellular phone 2 and the bracelet type incoming notification device 504. [ In the sixth embodiment shown in Fig. 14, the cellular phone 2 has the same configuration as that of the first embodiment, and therefore, the same reference numerals as in Fig. 1 are assigned and the description is omitted. Cellular phone 2 and bracelet-type incoming notification device 504 can perform short-range communication using Bluetooth (registered trademark) or the like in the same manner as in the sixth embodiment.

The bracelet type incoming notification device 504 of the sixth embodiment has an elastic belt portion 528 made of a material having a similar acoustic impedance to the wrist. The belt portion 528 is provided with vibration sources 536, 538, 540 and 542 made of a piezoelectric bi-amorphous element or the like and is provided with a voice signal for incoming vibration and cartilage conduction from the back side of the belt portion 528 to the wrist, . In this way, the incoming vibration and the vibration for transmitting the cartilage are transmitted from the bracelet-based incoming notification device 504 to a wide range of the wrist. The configuration for transmitting the vibration from a wide range around the wrist is effective for absorbing the individual difference in the suitable position for transmission of the vibration and the positional deviation during attachment of the bracelet type incoming notification device 504. [ Further, by transmitting vibration from a wide range around the wrist, vibrations for incoming vibration and cartilage conduction can be transmitted to the hand more effectively. In addition, depending on the design, vibrations for ringing and cartilage conduction can be transmitted to a wide range around the wrist by the vibration of the entire belt portion 528, so that the number of vibration sources can be appropriately reduced Circle) is also possible.

The vibration sources 536, 538, 540, and 542 oscillate at a frequency range (frequency centered on 1000 Hz) of the voice signal during the cartilage conduction, and in a frequency region For example, 20 Hz or less) is cut and transmitted to the wrist. On the other hand, when vibrating as a destination vibrator, the vibrator is vibrated around a frequency region (for example, 20 Hz or less) causing a vibration angle, and the audible frequency region is cut off so as not to be heard by other people. Further, along the belt portion 528, the antenna 556 of the short range communication portion is provided so as to wrap the wrist. These points are common to the first embodiment. The driving of the vibration sources 536, 538, 540 and 542 and the close communication with the cellular phone 2 using the antenna 556 are performed by the circuit unit 530. [

In the sixth embodiment as described above, first, when there is an incoming call to the cellular phone 2, the vibration sources 536, 538, 540, and 542 start vibrations in the frequency range causing the vibration angle, Can be seen. Next, when more information is desired, a finger or a hand is brought into contact with the ear cartilage in an arbitrary posture such as Fig. 2B, Fig. 3B, Fig. 4A, Take a position. This attitude change is automatically detected by the acceleration sensor provided in the circuit unit 530 and the vibrations of the vibration sources 536, 538, 540 and 542 are switched to the frequency domain of the voice signal, The information of the opponent based on the previously stored voice data is outputted as the voice vibration. Thus, by touching the fingers or the hand with the ear cartilage, it is possible to know who is calling by the cartilage conduction, and also whether it is the call or the mail. An example of a cartilage conduction vibration output is an example such as "It is telephone from Yamada", "It is mail from Suzuki", "It is telephone from unregistered opponent" and the like. The disclosed announcement is repeated a number of times until a call start operation is performed to the cellular phone 2 or a manual operation of vibration stop is performed.

The vibration in the frequency range causing the vibration angle and the vibration in the frequency range of the voice signal are not limited to the point of time when the incoming call was made and when there is an unauthorized mail arriving before the start of communication with the mobile telephone 2, When the mobile phone 2 starts communicating with the cellular phone 2, when the battery remaining amount of the cellular phone 2 becomes insufficient, when the cellular phone 2 becomes out of communication with the phone, . ≪ / RTI > When the battery remaining amount of the bracelet type incoming notification apparatus 504 is insufficient, the above-described vibration can be performed under the control of the control unit of the bracelet type incoming notification apparatus 504 itself. As described above, what causes the various vibrations can be detected in any posture such as FIG. 2 (B), FIG. 3 (B), FIG. 4 (A) It can be found by taking a posture in which a finger or a hand touches the ear cartilage.

Fig. 15 is a block diagram of Embodiment 6 shown in Fig. 14, where the same parts as those in Fig. 1 are given the same reference numerals as those in Fig. 1, and a description thereof will be omitted unless necessary. The details of the circuit unit 530 of Fig. 14 except for the vibration sources 536, 538, 540 and 542 in the block of the bracelet type incoming notification device 504 of Fig. 15 correspond to the details of the circuit unit 530 of Fig. Since the portions of the cellular phone 2 are the same as those in Fig. 5, the same reference numerals are assigned to the respective portions, and a description thereof will be omitted.

The wristband-type incoming notification device 504 has a short-range communication unit 77 for communicating with the cellular phone 2. [ In the case of the sixth embodiment, the cellular phone 2 notifies the user of the fact that the incoming call is distinguished from the call or mail, the specific information of the person who made the telephone or the mail, the remaining battery level information of the cellular phone 2, Any one of the information that the telephone 2 is outside the communication range of the telephone is transmitted through the short range communication unit 77 to start the oscillation of the oscillation sources 536, 538, 540, and 542. Further, information exchange for sharing telephone directory information is performed between the cellular phone 2 and the bracelet-type incoming notification device 504 through the short-range communication unit 77, and new telephone directory information is added in the cellular phone 2 The notification is transmitted to the bracelet-type incoming notification device 504 via the short-range communication unit 77, and stored in the storage unit 99. As a result, the information of the person who has made a telephone call or the mail is transmitted from the cellular phone 2 to the bracelet-type reception notification device 504 as simple ID information and collated with the previously stored phone book information, You can make an announcement about your opponent.

The bracelet type incoming notification device 504 is controlled by the control unit 598. [ The control unit 598 selects the vibration signal generating unit 593 by the switching unit 591 in the initial state where the main power source is turned on by the operating unit 500 and the driving unit 594 in the frequency region causing the vibration angle Causing the oscillating sources 536, 538, 540, and 542 to vibrate. Therefore, it is possible to acquire, from the cellular phone 2, information on the phone number of the other party who has made the call or mail with the incoming call signal, unreadable mail presence signal, battery remaining amount information of the cellular phone 2, The vibration based on the vibration signal generating unit 593 is generated.

On the other hand, when the attitude change is detected by the acceleration sensor 86, the control unit 598 causes the switching unit 591 to select the voice processing unit 596. [ The voice data stored in the voice data storage unit 595 is processed by the voice processing unit 596 and the vibration sources 536, 538, 540 and 542 are vibrated by the driving unit 594 based on the output. Thus, the cartilage conduction announcement can be heard through the hand or finger touching the cartilage. Voice data to be processed by the voice processing unit 596 is selected by the control unit 598 based on the information transmitted from the cellular phone 2. [

16 is a flowchart showing the function of the control unit 598 of the wristband-type incoming notification apparatus 504 in the sixth embodiment. The flow of Fig. 6 starts with turning on the main power source of the operation unit 500 of the wristband type incoming notification apparatus 504, and performs initial drive and each sub function check in step S42. Subsequently, in step S44, it is checked whether or not the bracelet-based reception notifying apparatus 504 is in a communicable state (in the pairing state) with the cellular phone 2. If the bracelet-based reception notification apparatus 504 is in the pairing state, the process proceeds to step S46.

In step S46, the vibration signal generator 593 is selected. In step S48, it is checked whether new phone book information is received from the cellular phone 2. [ If the new phone book information is found, the process advances to step S50, and the new phone book information is stored in the storage unit 99, and voice data for reading out the name of the other party in the new phone book information is generated, And stored in the voice data storage unit 595, and the process proceeds to step S52. When it is not detected in step S48 that the new telephone directory information has been received, the process directly proceeds to step S52.

In step S52, it is checked whether there is an incoming call or not. The term " incoming or the like " means a case where incoming call or mail has been received, or a case where it is detected that there is an unreaded mail that has been received in the past at the time of step S52 as a result of the new pairing being performed in step S44. If there is no incoming call, in step S54, the main body of the cellular phone 2 or the wristband-type called notification apparatus 504 checks whether the remaining battery level is in the insufficient state. The process proceeds to step S56 and it is checked whether or not the main body of the cellular phone 2 is out of call.

When there is an incoming call or the like in step S52, or when the remaining battery level is detected in step S54, or when it is detected in step S56 that the main body of the cellular phone 2 becomes out of call, the process proceeds to step S58. In step S58, the high-vibration start processing for vibrating the vibration sources 536, 538, 540, and 542 is performed based on the vibration signal of the vibration signal generating unit 593, the details of which will be described later. When the high vibration start processing is performed, the flow advances to step S60.

In step S60, it is checked by the acceleration sensor 86 whether or not the acceleration of the hand is detected so as to take a posture for contacting the finger or the hand with the ear cartilage. If the rising acceleration is detected, the flow advances to step S62 to instruct the switching section 591 to switch over to select the audio processing section 596, and the flow advances to step S64. In step S64, an audio driving start process for performing an announcement based on the audio signal from the audio processing unit 596 is performed, and the details thereof will be described later. When the voice drive start processing is performed, the flow advances to step S66. If the rising acceleration is not detected in step S60, the process directly proceeds to step S66. In this case, since the switching from the vibration signal generating section 593 to the voice processing section 596 is not performed, the vibration in the frequency region causing the vibration angle continues.

In step S66, it is checked whether manual vibration stop operation by the operation unit 500 has been performed. If the vibration stop operation is not detected, the process advances to step S68 to check whether or not a call start operation has been performed by the main body of the cellular phone 2. [ When it is detected in step S66 that the vibration stop operation is detected or when the communication start operation is performed by the main body of the cellular phone 2, the process advances to step S70, and the process advances to step S70, where the vibration in the frequency region And the process proceeds to step S72. If it is not detected in step S56 that the main body of the cellular phone 2 is out of call, the process directly proceeds to step S70. If vibration is not being performed at this time, nothing is done at step S70 and the process proceeds to step S72. On the other hand, if a call start operation by the main body of the cellular phone 2 is not detected in step S68, the process returns to step S60. In step S66, a vibration stop operation is detected. Steps S60 to S68 are repeated unless a start operation is detected. During this time, the vibration in the frequency region causing the vibration angle or the vibration due to the analog signal from the voice processing unit 596 converted from the vibration continues.

When it is determined in step S44 that the pairing state is not detected (including the case where the pairing is canceled), the process immediately proceeds to step S72. In step S72, it is checked by the operation unit 500 whether or not an operation for turning off the main power source has been performed. When the main power source off is detected, the flow ends. On the other hand, if main power OFF is not detected in step S72, the process returns to step S44, and steps S44 to S72 are repeated as long as main power OFF is not detected in step S72. As a result, in response to the new pairing, various situations change for generating vibration newly in the pairing state are coped with.

Fig. 17 is a flowchart showing details of the high paper vibration start processing in step S58 in Fig. When the high-vibration start processing is started, it is checked in step S82 whether vibration has already started. When the vibration is completely started, the flow immediately ends, and the flow advances to step S60 in Fig. If vibration has not yet been started, the process proceeds to step S84 to check whether or not there is an incoming call. If there is no incoming call, the flow advances to step S86 to check whether there is an unopened mail. In step S86, it is possible to detect even an unread message in an incoming mail before pairing. If an incoming call is detected in step S84, or if unopened mail is detected in step S86, the process proceeds to step S88.

In step S88, it is checked whether or not it is an " incoming hold partner " that is set as a partner that does not need to immediately respond even when there is an incoming call or the like. If it is not an incoming call hold partner, the process proceeds to step S90. Even if the user does not have to pay attention to the incoming call until he / she relies on the wristband-type incoming notification device 504, the incoming call can be dealt with later by the incoming call history, It is possible to avoid the troublesomeness that the bracelet type incoming notification device 504 vibrates unnecessarily.

In step S90, it is checked whether or not the incoming call is a call. If the call is a call, the flow advances to step S92 to start vibration of the incoming call notification in a pattern indicating that the call is made and the flow ends. On the other hand, if the call is not detected in step S90, it means that the incoming call is mail, so that the process advances to step S94, and the incoming call notification oscillation is started with a pattern indicating that the mail is in the mail.

When unopened mail is not detected in step S86, the process proceeds to step S96. If an incoming call is detected in step S84, or if an unopened mail is detected in step S86, it is detected in step S88 that the call is from the called party, the process proceeds to step S96. Thereby, it is possible to prevent the bracelet type incoming notification device 504 from vibrating unnecessarily to the opponent having no urgency as described above.

In step S96, it is checked whether or not the battery remaining amount in the main body of the cellular phone 2 or the wristband type incoming notifying device 504 is in the insufficient state. If any one of them is found, the process proceeds to step S98, and it is checked whether or not the battery of the cellular phone 2 main body is in a remaining insufficient state. If the battery in the main body of the cellular phone 2 is insufficient, the flow advances to step S100 to start the remaining-amount-of-insufficient-notice vibration in a pattern indicating that the battery of the main body of the cellular phone 2 is insufficient. On the other hand, if it is not detected in step S98 that the battery remaining amount of the main body of the cellular phone 2 is insufficient, it means that the battery remaining amount of the bracelet type notifying device 504 is insufficient, The remaining amount undetected vibration is started in a pattern indicating that the battery remaining amount of the notifying device 504 is in an insufficient state, and the flow ends.

If the remaining battery remaining state is not detected in step S96, the flow of FIG. 17 corresponds to step S56 of FIG. Therefore, in this case, the flow advances to step S104 to start the over-coverage notification vibration in a pattern indicating that the main body of the cellular phone 2 is outside the calling area, and the flow ends. In either case, when the flow of FIG. 17 ends, the process proceeds to step S60 of FIG. In the above-mentioned high ground vibration starting processing, it is possible to know for what reason the vibration occurs for each vibration pattern.

18 is a flowchart showing the details of the audio driving start processing in step S64 of Fig. When the voice drive start processing is started, it is checked in step S112 whether or not vibration is already started. If the vibration is completely started, the flow immediately ends and the process proceeds to step S66 in Fig. If vibration has not yet been started, the process proceeds to step S114. In step S114, it is checked whether or not the flow of FIG. 18 has started because there is an incoming call. If not, the flow advances to step S116. Since there is an unopened mail, it is checked whether or not the flow of FIG. 18 has been started. If it is determined in step S114 or step S116, the process proceeds to step S118.

In step S118, it is checked whether or not the " incoming held party " is set. If it is not the incoming hold partner, the process proceeds to step S120. In step S120, the ID of the called party notified from cellular phone 2 is collated with the telephone directory data stored in storage unit 99. [ Then, in step S122, it is checked whether or not there is telephone book data of the corresponding person in the storage unit 99. [ If there is no telephone directory data, the flow advances to step S124 to set an answer that the person who has made the telephone call or the mail is unclear, and the flow advances to step S126. If the opponent is unclear, there may be a cumbersome opponent risk, but there is a possibility that the opponent is an important opponent in the future, or may be missing from the phonebook data despite being an important opponent. This is also the case in Fig. 17, and the counterparts not in the telephone directory data can not be placed in the incoming call hold state, so the system proceeds to the vibration notification. If there is phone book data of the counterpart corresponding to the storage unit 99 in step S122, the processing directly proceeds to step S126.

In step S126, it is checked whether or not the incoming call is a call. If the call is a call, the process proceeds to step S128, and a call partner, for example, " Call is from Yamada " is started to end the flow. At this time, if the Unknown Name is set in Step S124, the message is "Call from unregistered party". For example, the part of "Yamada-san" is selected by the ID from the cellular phone 2, and the part of the "unregistered party" Is selected by the setting of step S124.

On the other hand, if it is not detected in step S126 that the incoming call is a call, it means that the incoming call is an e-mail, so that the process proceeds to step S130 and an e-mail correspondence such as " And terminates. At this time, if the unfamiliar name is set in step S124, the message is "mail from unregistered partner". For example, the portion of "Suzuki-san" is selected by the ID from the cellular phone 2, and the portion of the "unregistered party" Is selected by the setting of step S124.

When unopened mail is not detected in step S116, the process proceeds to step S132. If an incoming call is detected in step S114 or an unopened mail is detected in step S116, the process proceeds to step S132 if it is detected in step S118 that the call is from the called party.

In step S132, it is checked whether or not the flow of FIG. 18 has started due to a state where the battery remaining amount is insufficient in the main body of the cellular phone 2 or the bracelet-type reception notifying apparatus 504. If any one of them is found, the process proceeds to step S134, and it is checked whether or not the battery of the cellular phone 2 main body is in a remaining insufficient state. If the remaining capacity of the battery in the main body of the cellular phone 2 is insufficient, the process proceeds to step S136, and the main body charge message such as " Please charge the main body of the cellular phone " On the other hand, if it is not detected in step S134 that the battery remaining amount of the main body of the cellular phone 2 is insufficient, it means that the battery remaining amount of the bracelet type notifying device 504 is insufficient, Please charge "and start the bracelet charging announcement to end the flow.

If the remaining battery remaining state is not detected in step S132, the flow of FIG. 18 corresponds to step S56 of FIG. Therefore, in this case, the flow advances to step S140 to start the out-of-office announcement, for example, " Out of Office " and the flow ends. In either case, when the flow of FIG. 18 ends, the process proceeds to step S66 of FIG. In the above-described voice driving start processing, when an incoming vibration occurs, the hand or the finger is brought into contact with the ear cartilage, so that even if the meaning of a different vibration pattern is not stored for each reason, .

The implementation of the various features shown in each of the above embodiments is not limited to the respective embodiments, but can be practiced in other embodiments as long as the advantages can be enjoyed. It is to be noted that the various features shown in the embodiments can be variously modified. These modifications can be properly combined and can be combined with some modifications.

For example, in step S60 in Fig. 16, which is set for switching to analog in the sixth embodiment, may be replaced with a step of checking whether or not the manual switch is operated instead of detecting the rising acceleration for automatic switching, The flow may be configured such that switching is performed by either the automatic switching by the detection of the rising acceleration or the manual switching. In addition, the implementation of various features of the embodiment 6 is not limited to a simple bracelet having no clock function, but can also be implemented as a wristwatch as shown in examples 1 to 5 of Figs. 1 to 13 .

Further, in the sixth embodiment, the high-vibration start processing is simplified to make the same vibration pattern irrespective of the reason, or to change the vibration pattern such as an incoming call or the like, It may be configured to be confirmed by an announcement. In the sixth embodiment, even if the mobile phone 2 is configured to transmit a message that a manual vibration stop operation has been performed by the operation unit 500 in step S66 in Fig. 16 and the communication is disconnected without receiving an incoming call do. In the sixth embodiment, the oscillation sources 536, 538, 540, and 542 are both used for both the incoming oscillation drive and the audio signal drive. However, a conventional eccentric motor or the like is used for the incoming oscillation source, When the piezoelectric bimorph element is employed for driving only and the eccentric motor starts to be driven in step S58 of Fig. 16, and when the step S64 of Fig. 16 is reached, the driving of the eccentric motor is stopped to drive the piezoelectric bimorph element As shown in Fig. In addition, although Embodiment 6 is implemented as a bracelet, the feature of Embodiment 6 may be implemented as a ring.

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In the following, features of various embodiments disclosed herein will be summarized.

The embodiment disclosed in the present specification is an embodiment of the present invention which includes a mounting portion on the wrist, a cartilage conduction vibration source provided on the mounting portion, a speaker, a variable directional microphone, And a control unit for switching the directivity of the variable directivity microphone by the control unit. Thereby, it is possible to carry out conversation by the cartilage conduction sound and by the prayer sound appropriately. According to a specific feature, when the speaker is used, the control unit directs the directivity of the variable directional microphone to the back side of the hand, and directs the directivity of the variable directional microphone to the palm side when the cartilage conduction vibration source is used.

According to another aspect of the embodiment disclosed in this specification, there is provided an information processing apparatus comprising: a mounting portion on a wrist; a cartilage conduction vibration source provided on the mounting portion; And a means for providing the wristwatch is provided. Thereby, the user can enjoy the advantage of cartilage conduction without confusion. According to a specific feature, the providing means is means for displaying information of the transmission and reception method. According to another specific characteristic, the providing means is a handling description medium having information on a method of transmitting and receiving. According to another specific characteristic, the providing means is an advertisement medium having information of the method of transmitting and receiving.

According to another aspect of the present invention, there is provided an ultrasonic diagnostic apparatus comprising a mounting portion on a wrist, a cartilage conduction vibration source provided on the mounting portion, and a transmission portion for transmitting vibration of the cartilage conduction vibration source around the wrist There is provided a wrist-watch-type transmitter and receiver. Thus, it is possible to transmit appropriate vibration to the wrist irrespective of the individual difference or the mounting deviation.

According to another aspect of the embodiment disclosed herein, there is provided an ophthalmic apparatus comprising: a wrist attachment portion; and a cartilage conduction vibration source provided in the mounting portion, wherein the cartilage conduction vibration source is shared as a vibration source of the incoming vibrator, And a vibration component in a low-frequency region causing a vibration angle is cut off when vibration is caused by vibration. Thereby, cartilage conduction can be realized without an uncomfortable vibration angle.

According to a specific feature, when the cartilage conduction vibration source vibrates for the incoming vibrator, the vibration component in the audible frequency region is cut. Thereby, the incoming call can be canceled without being noticed by the other person.

According to another specific characteristic, when the cartilage conduction vibration source vibrates for cartilage conduction, a limiter for inhibiting the vibration beyond the limit causing the vibration angle is provided. Thereby, cartilage conduction can be realized without an uncomfortable vibration angle.

According to another aspect of the embodiments disclosed in the specification, there is provided a cartographic apparatus including a mounting portion on a wrist, a cartilage conduction vibration source provided on the mounting portion, a microphone, There is provided a wristwatch-type hand-held device having a buffer for preventing transmission of vibration. Thereby, it is possible to realize good cartilage conduction without obtaining vibration in the microphone.

In addition, the embodiment disclosed in the present specification is characterized in that a vibration of the cartilage conductive portion is transmitted to the migration by sandwiching the cartilage conductive portion between the abdomen and the abdomen of the thumb in a state in which the back of the hand is directed forward, The present invention relates to a hydration method. Thereby, hydration by cartilage conduction can be performed in a crowd-free posture resembling a posture in which a gesture is called.

According to a specific method, a portion to be attached to the wrist is used, and the cartilage conductive portion is supported from the mounting portion. Thereby, hydration by cartilage conduction in a wearable state can be performed. According to a more specific method, a supporting portion for supporting the cartilage conductive portion with the mounting portion as a supporting point is sandwiched between the thumb root and the index finger. Thus, naturally stable cartilage conduction can be realized.

According to another specific method, the cartilage conductive portion is made to follow the mounting portion in a non-contact state with the migration. This makes it possible to prepare for cartilage conduction in a wearable state without feeling discomfort when not in use. According to a more specific feature, the cartilage conductive portion folded on the mounting portion is used as a vibration source of the incoming vibrator. Thereby, the cartilage conductive portion can be effectively utilized even when it is not used as the cartilage conductive portion.

According to another method based on the embodiment disclosed in this specification, the vibration is transmitted to the immigration by bringing the thumb into contact with the immigration in a state in which the hand is transmitted to the thumb while the hand is facing forward, It is suggested to hear the sound by. According to a specific method, vibrations are transmitted to the thumb by transmitting vibrations to the wrist from a cartilage conduction vibration source provided in the mounting portion, the vibration being transmitted to the thumb. According to another specific method, a vibration is transmitted to the thumb by having the mounting portion on the wrist, supporting the cartilage conductive portion from the mounting portion, and bringing the cartilage conductive portion into contact with the thumb. By these methods, hydration by cartilage conduction can be performed in a crowd-free posture resembling a posture in which a gesture is called. According to a more specific method based on the latter method, vibration is transmitted to the thumb by contacting the cartilage conductive portion with the thumb root. According to a more specific method, the cartilage conductive portion is sandwiched between the thumb root and the index finger. Thus, naturally stable cartilage conduction can be realized.

According to another feature of the embodiment disclosed in this specification, the portable terminal includes a mounting portion on the wrist, a support portion that can be lifted along the inside of the thumb with the mounting portion serving as a fulcrum, and a cartilage conduction portion supported by the support portion Receiving device is provided. Thereby, hydration by cartilage conduction in a wearable state can be performed. According to a specific feature, the support portion is movable between a raised position raised along the inside of the thumb and a storage position for following the mounting portion. This makes it possible to prepare for cartilage conduction in a wearable state without feeling discomfort when not in use. According to a more specific feature, the support portion is foldable at the storage position. According to a more detailed feature, the support portion is formed of a shape memory material. According to another more specific feature, the support portion is a structure that is wound around the outer periphery of the mounting portion at the storage position. According to a more detailed feature, the support portion is slidable with respect to the mounting portion between the raised position and the retracted position.

According to another specific characteristic of the embodiment disclosed in the present specification, the support portion raises the cartilage conductive portion to the abdomen of the thumb. According to another specific characteristic, the support portion raises the cartilage conductive portion to the root portion of the thumb.

According to another specific characteristic, the transmitter-receiver disclosed in this specification is configured as a wristwatch with a local communication unit with a cellular phone and a microphone. According to another specific characteristic, the transmitter-receiver disclosed in this specification is constituted as an attachment of a wristwatch with a local communication unit with a cellular phone and a microphone.

In addition, the embodiment disclosed in this specification includes a storage unit for storing a plurality of announcement voice data in advance, a vibration source for vibrating for cartilage conduction, a short range communication unit for receiving an instruction signal from the portable telephone, And a controller for selecting the corresponding noticed voice data stored in the storage unit according to an instruction signal received by the communication unit and causing the vibration source to vibrate in the frequency domain of the voice signal for the cartilage conduction by the selected voice data A notification device capable of being mounted on a human body is provided. Thus, the contents of the notification can be specifically confirmed by cartilage conduction based on reception of the instruction signal from the cellular phone.

According to a specific feature, the notification device disclosed in this specification is configured as a bracelet. More specifically, the bracelet is made of a material having a similar acoustic impedance to the wrist. Alternatively, the bracelet is constituted by an elastic body. Thereby, the vibration of the vibration source can be effectively transmitted to the wrist.

According to another specific characteristic, the notification device disclosed in this specification is controlled by the control section, and performs notification oscillation in a frequency region causing a vibration angle in accordance with an instruction signal received by the short-range communication section. Thereby, the contents of the notification can be specifically confirmed by the cartilage conduction based on the reception of the instruction signal from the cellular phone, and the reception of the instruction signal can be known by the vibration angle based on the instruction signal from the cellular phone . According to a more specific feature, the vibration source for the cartilage conduction is also used as the vibration source of the notification vibration. According to another more specific feature, a vibration source for performing the notification vibration separately from the vibration source for the cartilage conduction is provided.

According to another more specific feature, the notification device disclosed in the present specification performs notification oscillation in a frequency region causing the oscillation angle in accordance with an instruction signal received by the short-range communication section, The reason for the occurrence of the notification vibration can be confirmed by the cartilage conduction of the voice data by switching to the vibration in the frequency domain of the voice signal by the circle. Specifically, the instruction signal is an incoming signal indicating that an incoming call to the cellular phone has occurred. According to a more specific feature, the instruction signal includes information of a communication party to which an incoming call has been made, and the voice data includes an answer of the communication party. According to another more specific feature, the indication signal includes information on whether the incoming call is a call or a mail, and the voice data includes an announcement that the incoming call is a call or a mail.

According to another aspect of the embodiment disclosed in this specification, there is provided a communication system including a storage unit, a vibration source, a short range communication unit for receiving a reception signal from the portable telephone, and a short distance communication unit for causing the short distance communication unit to vibrate And a control section that stores a specific communication partner in advance in the storage section so as to not vibrate the vibration source even if the reception signal is received from the cellular phone when the reception signal contains the information of the specific communication partner A human-wearable notification device is provided. As a result, it is possible to avoid troublesome that the vibration source is unnecessarily vibrated to the opponent having no urgency.

According to another aspect of the embodiments disclosed in the present specification, there is provided a communication system including a vibration source, a short range communication unit for receiving information indicating that the battery of the mobile phone is in a remaining shortage state from the mobile phone, There is provided a notification device capable of being mounted on a human body, characterized by having a control section for causing the vibration source to vibrate. As a result, based on reception of the instruction signal from the cellular phone, it is possible to know that the battery of the cellular phone is in a state of insufficient remaining capacity. According to a specific feature, the control unit causes the vibration source to vibrate in a specific pattern indicating that the battery of the cellular phone is in a state of insufficient remaining capacity.

According to another aspect of the embodiment disclosed in this specification, there is provided a communication system including a vibration source, a short range communication unit for receiving information indicating that the mobile phone is out of the communication range of the phone from the mobile phone, And a control unit for causing the circle to vibrate. As a result, it can be known that the cellular phone is out of the communication range of the telephone based on reception of the instruction signal from the cellular phone. According to a specific feature, the control unit causes the vibration source to vibrate in a specific pattern indicating that the cellular phone is out of the communication range of the telephone.

The present invention is applicable to a wristwatch-type or wristwatch-attachment-type handset. Further, the present invention can be applied to an incoming call notifying device associated with a cellular phone.

28, 30, 41: mounting portion
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32: Speaker
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128, 328, 428: a mounting part on the wrist
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Claims (20)

  1. A directional characteristic of the variable directional microphone is switched by using the speaker, a mounting portion on the wrist, a cartilage conduction vibration source provided on the mounting portion, a speaker, a variable directional microphone, And a controller for controlling the wrist strap.
  2. The method according to claim 1,
    Wherein the control unit sets the directivity of the variable directional microphone to the back side when the speaker is used and directs the directivity of the variable directional microphone to the palm side when the cartilage conduction vibration source is used.
  3. The method according to claim 1,
    Wherein said mounting portion is provided together with explanatory information on a use method of contacting the mounted hand with the ear cartilage.
  4. The method of claim 3,
    Wherein said explanatory information is provided by means for displaying information of a transmitting and receiving method.
  5. The method of claim 3,
    Wherein the explanatory information is provided by a handling description medium having information on a method of transmitting and receiving.
  6. The method of claim 3,
    Characterized in that the explanatory information is provided by an advertising medium having information on a transmission and reception method.
  7. The method according to claim 1,
    The vibration of the cartilage conduction vibration source is transmitted to the thumb and the thumb is brought into contact with the tragus in a state where the back of the hand is facing forward so that the vibration of the cartilage conduction vibration source is transmitted to the migration, Wherein the bracelet-type transmitting and receiving device is characterized in that it hears the sound.
  8. The method according to claim 1,
    And a transmission part for transmitting the vibration of the cartilage conduction vibration source around the wrist.
  9. The method according to claim 1,
    Wherein the adjustment means adjusts the tightening force around the wrist, and the adjustment means strengthens the tightening force when the cartilage conduction vibration source is used.
  10. The method according to claim 1,
    Wherein the cartilage conduction vibration source is shared as a vibrating source of a recipient vibrator and a vibration component in a low frequency region causing a vibration angle is cut when vibrating for cartilage conduction.
  11. The method according to claim 1,
    Characterized in that a buffer for preventing transmission of vibration is provided between the cartilage conduction vibration source and the variable directional microphone with respect to the direction of the wrist circumference.
  12. And a cartilage conduction vibration source for vibrating an audible sound frequency region provided in the mounting portion, wherein the cartilage conduction vibration source is shared as a vibration source of a recipient vibrator, and when vibrating for oscillation for cartilage conduction, Wherein the vibration component in the low frequency region causing the vibration is cut off.
  13. 13. The method of claim 12,
    And the vibration component in the audible sound frequency region is cut when vibrating for the incoming vibrator.
  14. 13. The method of claim 12,
    Characterized in that a limiter is provided for prohibiting vibration above a limit that causes a vibration angle when vibrating for cartilage conduction.
  15. 13. The method of claim 12,
    A short distance communication section for receiving an instruction signal from a portable telephone; and a short distance communication section for shortening the time at which the corresponding announcement voice data is stored in the storage section in accordance with the instruction signal received by the short- And a controller for selecting the data to vibrate the cartilage vibration source in the frequency range of the voice signal for the cartilage conduction by the selected voice data.
  16. A short range communication unit for receiving an instruction signal from a cellular phone; a storage unit for storing a plurality of announcement voice data in advance; an oscillation source for oscillating for cartilage conduction; And a control unit for selecting the corresponding noticed voice data stored in the storage unit and causing the vibration source to vibrate in the frequency region of the voice signal for the cartilage conduction by the selected voice data.
  17. 17. The method of claim 16,
    Wherein the control unit controls the notification unit to perform notification oscillation in a frequency region causing a vibration angle in accordance with an instruction signal received by the short range communication unit.
  18. 18. The method of claim 17,
    In accordance with an instruction signal received by the short-range communication unit, the notification oscillation is first performed in a frequency region causing the oscillation angle, and the oscillation is switched to the oscillation in the frequency region of the sound signal by the oscillation source based on the sound data, And the reason for occurrence can be confirmed by the cartilage conduction of the voice data.
  19. 17. The method of claim 16,
    Wherein the indication signal includes information indicating that the battery of the portable telephone is in a remaining insufficient state and the voice data includes an announcement indicating that the battery of the portable telephone is in a remaining insufficient state. Device.
  20. 17. The method of claim 16,
    Wherein the instruction signal includes information indicating that the cellular phone is outside the communication range of the telephone, and the voice data includes an announcement indicating that the cellular phone is out of the communication range of the telephone.
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